Tjaša Kokalj set out to build her career in 2007, when she won the Miss Universe Slovenia beauty pageant. The same year she was the highest placed European in the global competition, which was her ticket into the world of fashion and beauty. She worked as a model and was the face of numerous trademarks and her face has graced more than 35 magazine covers. Her passion for fashion has led her to work as a fashion journalist, and today she is the author of numerous pieces on fashion and also has her own blog where she explores the themes of fashion and beauty and shares lots of advice and her experience of the media world with her readers. In 2013 another of her big dreams came true when she tried out as a TV presenter. She says that this is her first love, despite which Tjaša still works as a fashion stylist, is a trustee of various brands and is a fashion journalist and blogger.
“I will seek out for you the real fashion treats and thereby show you that there's no need to buy new things. Various alterations and transformations can make you look like you are on the catwalk every day."
Za vas bom iskala prave modne bonbončke in tako pokazala, da ni treba kupovati novih stvari. Tudi z različnimi predelavami in preobrazbami, ste lahko vsak dan kot na modni pisti.
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